Starting from the Sun, Mars is the fourth planet in the Solar System. Sometimes it is also called the “Red Planet” because of its appearance seen from Earth. The reddish color is explained by the presence on its surface of the iron oxide.
On the other hand, Europa is the icy moon of Jupiter, and it might have an ocean of liquid water under its surface.
There is life on Mars, a scientist stated
Mars is an earth-type planet with a thin atmosphere. Surface features include impact craters reminiscent of the Moon, but also volcanoes, valleys, deserts, and polar ice caps reminiscent of Earth.
Mars has always been an excellent subject for debates. One thing is for sure, according to a leading scientist — There is life on that planet.
It’s true, life can be found in many forms, and here we are talking about bacteria and microbes. Some study relates that even Europe, the icy satellite that orbits Jupiter, can host life.
Jupiter’s moon Europa might also sustain alien life under its icy surface
Because the lunar satellite can contain water, under its icy surface an in the water, could exist a life form Sun’s radiation.
Professor Monica Grady of Planetary and Space Science at Liverpool Hope University said: “When it comes to the prospects of life beyond Earth, it’s almost a racing certainty that there’s life beneath the ice on Europa.”
NASA has a starting point by traveling to Europa in 2023 – 2025 with its Europa Clipper spacecraft. The main task of the mission is to investigate the satellite and send high-resolution images about the surface of the Moon.
Also, the Europa Clipper will have to flyby to the Moon and search for any alien activity. It’s known that NASA has technology so advanced that we can’t even imagine, but still, they have a lot of work to do.
They want to explore every planet in our Galaxy to see if alien life exists. I don’t know if it does, but it’s fascinating to know that we may not be alone in the Universe.